C’est Bon Offers Valentine’s Day Dinners-to-Go

Savoir Fare catering company owner Joannie Wolford is offering a taste of things to come with special Valentine’s Day meals available for pickup this weekend at her new operation in Round Hill’s Old Furniture Factory.

Wolford will run her C’est Bon dinners-to-go operation out of the historic building this Friday and Saturday from 4-7 p.m. Those meals will cost $45 per person and will allow each customer to choose one appetizer, entrée and dessert from multiple selections, like lobster chowder, braised beef short ribs and flourless chocolate torte. A full “Valentine’s Day To Go Dinner” menu can be viewed at savoirfarelimited.com.

Customers are encouraged to pre-order their dinners by calling 540-338-8300 or by going to facebook.com/SavoirFareCatering. Wolford said that while she’s hoping most customers will order their meals online by Thursday, she is accepting walk-ins.

Beginning March 10, Wolford will open C’est Bon at its full capacity in the 400-square-foot frontend portion of the Furniture Factory. All the food she sells there will be prepared in Savoir Fare’s 2,500-square-foot kitchen across the street.

The opening will come after nine years of Savoir Fare selling dinners-to-go out of a food truck. Two years ago, Wolford parked the truck behind her Loudoun Street restaurant, but has continued to sell the dinners from there.


Residents can pick up a Valentine’s Day dinner-to-go from the Savoir Fare catering company’s C’est Bon operation in Round Hill’s Old Furniture Factory Friday and Saturday. [Patrick Szabo/Loudoun Now]

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